Contrary to what is often believed, Belle is not the “Beauty” of Beauty and the Beast. Gaston is.
If your conscience dictates you to skip out on Beauty and the Beast, well . . . there’s not much else to choose from.
As twisted as it sounds, Christian parents will want to screen the new Beauty and the Beast before taking their kids. Not because of rebellious children a la The Little Mermaid, but because of social progressivism – more specifically, homosexuality.
Valentine’s Day is upon us again, and for many couples that means going to see a romance movie. But if you’re like us, we’re not too sure about the romance of Pride and Prejudice and Zombies, and we also don’t want to sit through the filth of Deadpool. So with that in mind, here are five romance films that you might consider staying home and renting, as well as ones that we think exhibit in some way, shape, or form one or more of the Christian attributes of love.
When Once Upon a Time started nearly half a decade ago, it was a fresh and creative approach to fairy tales. The idea of a story focusing on Snow White and Prince Charming’s daughter, living in our modern world and not believing in fairy tales, really was an interesting, fascinating, compelling story. Fast forward a few years and it’s one of the most pointless and incoherent narratives on television, surviving only because of fanfare.